FIRST EDITION OF RONALD REAGAN TALKS TO AMERICA, INSCRIBED BY RONALD REAGAN
REAGAN, Ronald. Ronald Reagan Talks to America. Old Greenwich, Connecticut: Devin Adair, 1983. Octavo, original navy cloth, original dust jacket.
First edition of this single volume collection of Reagan's most important speeches, as well as highlights from the 1980 presidential campaign, inscribed on the title page: "To Fred F. Guyton, With very best wishes. Ronald Reagan. Sept. 30 1985."
An important source for Reagan's speeches, this work includes some of Reagan's most famous speeches on subjects including the dangers of Big Government, social problems, the arms race, freedom of speech, and much more. With an introduction by the late American billionaire, Mellon heir, and Pittsburgh Tribune-Review publisher, Richard Mellon Scaife. With three color photographs of Reagan's boyhood home and an additional sepia-tone photograph of Reagan, presumably with the inscribee.
Book very nearly fine, price-clipped dust jacket with only minor soiling and slightest rubbing to extremities. A near-fine inscribed copy.